Neil Young and Philosophy (The Philosophy of Popular Culture) by Douglas L. Berger
English | December 13th, 2019 | ISBN: 1498505112 | 206 pages | EPUB | 2.15 MB
Neil Young and Philosophy, edited by Douglas L. Berger, explores the meanings, importance, and philosophical dimensions of the music, career, and life of this prolific singer/songwriter over the past five decades. Neil Young's music has touched on a broad range of cultural, political and personal issues, all of which have enormous ongoing relevance for our own times. In order to accommodate Young's artistic breadth, contributions of scholars from a wide variety of fields— American philosophy, ethics, American Indian philosophy, feminist philosophy, psychology, philosophy of mind and religious studies—are included in this collection.